Best of the Best Aquarium Decorations in 2020, Furniture for your Fish!


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You finally got yourself your own aquarium, you got your pet fish but oh, it seems a little bit too vacant.

What should I do?

That's it, you should buy furniture for your beloved fish. Well, whatever aquarium decorations you are looking for, the most crucial thing to look for is to carefully pick quality products that isn't hazardous.

How to Pick the best Aquarium Decor?

There are a few major points that you need to consider before :

  1. Natural vs. Unnatural
  2. Freshwater vs. Saltwater Tanks
  3. Color Scheme; Bright vs. Dark
  4. Non-Toxic vs. Toxic Material
  5. Sharp edges

My Choices for YOU

1. SLOCME Resin Castle Decoration

Costs: $18.99

Key Features:

  • BIG
  • Suitable playground for fish
  • Medieval vibes

2. Penn-Plax Officially Licensed Nickelodeon SpongeBob SquarePants Aquarium Ornament

Cost: $6,67

Key Features:

  • Reminscing our chilhood cartoon
  • Bright Colour
  • Made with non-toxic material

3. Marina Decor Polyresin Cave

Cost: $26.01

Key Features:

4. CousDUoBe Artificial Aquatic Plants

Cost: $6.55

Key Features:

  • Small & Cute
  • Budget-Friendly
  • Colorful

5. Marina Ecoscaper Hydrocotyle Silk Plant Plant

Cost: $3

Key Features:

  • Natural
  • Eco-friendly
  • Green

6. AQC Aquarium Decor, Coral Aquarium Decorations Artificial Plant Ornament

 

Cost: $49.99

Key Features:

  • Beautiful colour, match with water
  • Convenience
  • Non-Toxic
  • Safe & Durable silicon material
  • Easy installation

7. CNZ Lifelike Underwater Plastic Plant

CNZ Lifelike Underwater Plastic PlantCost: $7

Key Features:

  • Plastic and Ceramic
  • Provides hiding place for fish

 

8. Otterly Pets Plastic Plants

Otterly Pets Plastic PlantsCost: $12

Key Features:

  • Come in a variety of sizes
  • Ceramic bases
  • Made with non-metallic materials

9. Pietypet Artificial Aquatic Plants

Pietypet Artificial Aquatic PlantsCost: $15

Key Features:

  • Heavy pedestal at bottom
  • Made with non-toxic materials
  • Provides fish with shelter

10. Tacobear Artificial Plastic Plant Green Plant

Tacobear Artificial Plastic Plant Green Plant

Cost: $11

Key Features:

  • Quartz ceramic base
  • Life-like
  • Adds natural scenery

11. Crystalsuncatcher Handmade Glass Octopus

Crystalsuncatcher Handmade Glass OctopusCost: $11

Key Features:
  • Completely unique
  • Safe for aquarium
  • Small size

 

12. NICREW Aquarium Volcano Ornament

NICREW Aquarium Volcano Ornament

Cost: $19

Key Features:

  • Made of safe, non-toxic resin
  • Three suction cups on air pump disk
  • With an air pump, it will bubble

 

13. Penn Plax Battleship Aquarium Fish Tank Decoration

Penn Plax Battleship Aquarium Fish Tank DecorationCost: $10

Key Features:

  • Non-toxic resin
  • Areas for fish to swim in and out of
  • Can be used in any kind of water

 

14. Siger Resin Big Heart

Siger Resin Big Heart

Cost: $20

Key Features:

  • Weighted bottom
  • Suitable for any tanks
  • Color won’t fade

 

15. Uniclife Glowing Effect Artificial Gooseneck Coral

Uniclife Glowing Effect Artificial Gooseneck Coral

Cost: $11

Key Features:

  • Made with eco-friendly silicone
  • Weighted bottom
  • For both freshwater and marine aquariums

 

Best Plant-type Decorations!

So, out of all these decorations which are the best decorations typed plants for your aquarium? Well all-in-all, my choices is this one

AQC Aquarium Decor, Coral Aquarium Decorations Artificial Plant Ornament

It has beautiful color, the color of the water.It would be so natural sitting on your aquarium. Also, to install it wouldn't be hard.It is made with solid silicon.

It also match real underwater plant = coral. It would make your aquarium seems like an ocean! So, if you are looking for your favorite plants to be under your aquarium, check this out!

    Best for Fish Bowl!

    What if you have a small tank? Don't you want to know which are the best decoration which will match your bowl? Then, here you go, our top choice decoration for fish bowl!

    Penn-Plax Officially Licensed Nickelodeon SpongeBob SquarePants Aquarium Ornament

    I believe this is the best decoration for you with a small tank/fish bowl. Why? Because this is a very small decoration, however, also very versatile! It contains several holes in it for your fish to play with. Also it is the home of our favorite character with spores in it for your kids to enjoy with.

    The color of this decoration will also lighten up your tank, so don't miss a chance!

    Best for Larger Tank!

    Sorry, did I miss you? Did you have a large tank? I'm no Mr. Hackerman, but if you do not have a small tank, rather, A BIG ONE. I will suggest you this decoration

    SLOCME Resin Castle Decoration

    This is the best you can have if you have a large tank.

    The medieval vibes, the castly-castle, it is just like in a dream, in your dream, in my dream, a world of dream where dragons exist and I've been talking too much, you look it for yourself.

    Best for Budget!

    Finally, for my budgety-friends haha, what are you looking for mate? A more less-pricey decorations? For your tiny aquarium? Well...

    CousDUoBe Artificial Aquatic Plants

    For $6 you get this much! Fulfills you, eh?

    Don't thank me, thank them.

    Can you put plastic toys or rocks in a fish tank? 

    Well, for YOU a more budget-considerated people, are you thinking of a more budget ideas? Like putting old toys or some rocks you picked up on the street?

    Well, plastic toys in water is most generally safe. That is, if they are made with non-toxic materials. A good thing to consider your plastic is graded as food-safe plastic, then it is safe to put in.

    Another thing to look for in plastic for your aquarium is if it is a sealed plastic decoration. Unsealed decorations can leach chemicals into the water that can be potentially harmful to your fish.

    Regarding rocks, you need to consider the type of water that is used in your fish tank. If you have a freshwater aquarium, it is best to use rocks that are not high in calcium. If you have a saltwater aquarium, use natural coral as seen on sea! However, be careful if they don't match, (I don't want to bother you with the science, but you know something about acidity right?) the rocks will dissolve and harm your fish.

    Better not risk you chance and get yourself your own Aquarium Decorations! If you ask my opinion. 

    Who should buy an Aquarium Decor?

    Well, to conclude this article, I need to tell you something that I should have told you right from the start. Who are righteous to have an aquarium decor?

    If you own an aquarium in your shack and want it to be a bit more lively, you can purchase decorations for your aquarium. One of the most common hobbies is to turn your aquarium into a beautiful underwater landscape. Having that kind of hobby could boost your spatial intelligence!

    OR perhaps you have a friend who is also into fish tanks and has one in their home. A decoration for their fish tank is just the perfect gift. Just be sure about their fish tank's size, though.

    AND maybe your children just acquired their first pet fish and they also need a nice new home for their new pet to live in. Well, the aquarium decoration is the right item for you!

    Summary

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    Finally, in order to find for the best Aquarium Decorations, you need to consider a lot of aspects for your aquarium. Whether it is natural or not, if it really match with your water type. Is it toxic?

    Aaaaaand,,,, one of the main things you probably miss, but can give a little more consideration is its edges. YES, sharp edges may look cool, but if you look at the aquarium decoration and it has sharp edges, you better stop looking at it, and look for something else.

    Sharp edges could accidentally harm your fish!

     

    Last of all the last, be smart, and be considerate, when you are looking for your new furniture for your fish :)

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